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  • Help Everyone Get Home Safe campaign by the Washington State Patrol

    Trooper Justin Eisfeldt of the Washington State Patrol delivers a safety message about the “Move Over Law” that requires vehicles approaching an emergency zone to proceed with due caution, slow down, and if safe move over, or change lanes.

Trooper Justin Eisfeldt of the Washington State Patrol delivers a safety message about the “Move Over Law” that requires vehicles approaching an emergency zone to proceed with due caution, slow down, and if safe move over, or change lanes. Courtesy Washington State Patrol
Trooper Justin Eisfeldt of the Washington State Patrol delivers a safety message about the “Move Over Law” that requires vehicles approaching an emergency zone to proceed with due caution, slow down, and if safe move over, or change lanes. Courtesy Washington State Patrol

Move left for emergency vehicles for safety or face a fine

October 27, 2016 10:35 AM